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of the trustees parties to this proceeding as he does not seek to make them responsible in any way as such.  Now your orator seeks to effect on division of the real and personal property conveyed by the deed aforesaid amongst the several parties in interest according to their several and respective rights- But owing to the locality of the several tracts or pieces of land, and the character of the personality, a division in kind your orator fears can not be made without great injury to some of the parties.  The facts of the infancy of some of the parties, and a disagreement as to the free construction of the deed are alledged as objections to any division by consent, and thus your orator is deprived of his right to a division- all which is contrary to Equity; and tends to the wrong and injury of your orator; to this end therefore, and for that your orator is without remedy save in a court of Equity, where each matters are properly cognizable and deliverable, your orator prays that the said Robert Mayo Jr. admr: with the will annexed of Ransdell Peirce decd, Ann G. Peirce widow and devisee of the said Ransdell, Graham C. Peirce, Reubin Brook and Ann S. his wife, Mary E. Mitchell, may be made partie's defendants to this bill and required to answer the same, and that this court with assign a guardian, or guardian's ad litem, to the infants Margareth Herndon, Robert T Joseph, Henry C, Walter R, Albert, and Ella C. Peirce
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of the trustees parties to this proceeding as he does not seek to make them responsible in any way as such.  Now your orator seeks to effect a division of the real and personal property conveyed by the deed aforesaid amongst the several parties in interest according to their several and respective rights - But owing to the locality of the several tracts or pieces of land, and the character of the person atty, a division in kind your orator fears can not be made without great injury to some of the parties.  The facts of the infancy of some of the parties, and a disagreement as to the strict construction of the deed, are alledged as objections to any division by consent, and thus your orator is deprived of his right to a division - all which is contrary to Equity; and tends to the wrong and injury of your orator; to the end therefore, and for that your orator is without remedy save in a Court of Equity, where such matters are properly cognizable and relievable, your orator prays that the said Robert Mayo Jr. admr: with the will annexed of Ransdell Peirce dec'd, Ann G. Peirce widow and devisee of the said Ransdell, Graham C. Peirce, Reubin Brook and Ann S. his wife, Mary E. Mitchell, may be made parties defendants to this bill and required to answer the same, and that this court will assign a guardian, or guardians ad litem, to the infants Margarett Herndon, Robert T Joseph, Henry C, Walter R, Albert, and Ella C. Peirce infant children of Joseph Peirce, to defend them in this suit, and require them to answer this bill -  That your honor, will construe the said deed, and decide the rights of the parties under the same -  That your honor, will decree a partition of the

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of the trustees parties to this proceeding as he does not seek to make them responsible in any way as such. Now your orator seeks to effect a division of the real and personal property conveyed by the deed aforesaid amongst the several parties in interest according to their several and respective rights - But owing to the locality of the several tracts or pieces of land, and the character of the person atty, a division in kind your orator fears can not be made without great injury to some of the parties. The facts of the infancy of some of the parties, and a disagreement as to the strict construction of the deed, are alledged as objections to any division by consent, and thus your orator is deprived of his right to a division - all which is contrary to Equity; and tends to the wrong and injury of your orator; to the end therefore, and for that your orator is without remedy save in a Court of Equity, where such matters are properly cognizable and relievable, your orator prays that the said Robert Mayo Jr. admr: with the will annexed of Ransdell Peirce dec'd, Ann G. Peirce widow and devisee of the said Ransdell, Graham C. Peirce, Reubin Brook and Ann S. his wife, Mary E. Mitchell, may be made parties defendants to this bill and required to answer the same, and that this court will assign a guardian, or guardians ad litem, to the infants Margarett Herndon, Robert T Joseph, Henry C, Walter R, Albert, and Ella C. Peirce infant children of Joseph Peirce, to defend them in this suit, and require them to answer this bill - That your honor, will construe the said deed, and decide the rights of the parties under the same - That your honor, will decree a partition of the